What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

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Yes everything else is all stock. I went with MB Quart because they designed these as a plug and play for the JL and JT so it was pretty easy to do. There's no splicing of wires and they include the wire harness that just plugs into the old speaker wire. Here's all the speakers they offer for the JL/JT. I went with the 3.5" and 6x9". The 6x9" comes with the mounting kit but they do sell that separately if you want to use a different brand of speaker.

https://mbquart.com/mobile-audio/vehicle-kits/
Ok thx.
I ordered the fronts first to see how good they sound. Then I will go from there.
the wiring would be simple to do as far as that goes.
 

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I finally installed my Teraflex 1.5" Spacer Lift. I've had it since February and have been waiting for nicer weather for the driveway install. I was also a bit hesitant because I've never performed work like this on previous vehicles. Thanks to YouTube, it was a fairly easy mod to install. I averaged about 1 1/2" lift. I have 33" Ridge Grappler tires.

Now on to the next thing. I'm wavering between Oracle LED headlights or a winch.
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looks good. how is it mounted and how is it wired up.
The original Brawlee had the wiring harness on the driver side, which could either be plugged into the cigarette outlet or hardwired to the terminals on the back of it. The newer version has the harness on the passenger side, which can be routed a little cleaner. I've read about some other members picking up power in the rear courtesy light. Most don't like losing the use of the cigarette outlet.
 

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Ha ha, it's my ersatz garbage can. Nothing gross inside, but it is one of those biodegradable dog poop bags.

Extra full there, from wiping things with alcohol and paper towels as I was working.

Definitely not an XXXL spit cup, but maybe it'll give someone here the good (bad) idea.
 

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I'm very picky when it comes to the auxillary wiring on my vehicles. All wires are wrapped in braided wire loom, ran through the frame where possible or hidden out of sight. I also solder all my connections and if I have to use something like a ring or spade terminal it gets soldered as well. I use all Delphi Weatherpack connectors at disconnects, so it makes it easy to service if I need to, swap lights, or move lights between switches.

I'm running 8 KC Hilites Cyclones for rock lights. The 6 pack kit came with a ground post and 6 circuit fused bus bar (I bought 2 extra lights and running 2 lights on 2 circuit singles on the rest.) I know I could have tied all the individual circuits together and just ran a single wire to the auxillary wiring, but I like using the ground post and fused bus bar better. This will make it easier to diagnose or repair if there's ever a problem. Since I'm using the bus bar, I needed a clean and safe way to mount it under the hood so it's not just bouncing around. After a cardboard mockup, I made this bracket. It's a perfect fit and doesn't interfere with anything, and keeps everything organized. I do need to repaint it because I accidentally touched up a the top with gloss black instead of the satin black I originally used.
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I'm also making another bracket to mount another bus bar to for all my ground wires. Currently I'm using a ground stud that the factory uses but I'm looking for something cleaner. I'll need to finish that this week before I go to Moab on Sunday.
 

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Thank you! And yes it is lifted, here's my current setup:

Teraflex ST1 (1.5"R/2.0"F)
Teraflex Load Level kit
Teraflex Adjustable LCAs
Teraflex HD Adjustable Track Bar
Fox 2.0 Shocks front and rear
Fox 2.0 TS Steering Stabilizer

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Looks like 37s. So in total you have 2.5" front and 2" rear lift?
 

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My Jeep is watching the rain. Naked but Dry. Rain for the next 7 days in a row.

Don't want to Dress up so he will sit. :rain: :jk::swear:

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Added some CUSTOM touches

Built a door holder that apparently doesn’t hold the doors ... it is the first and most likely won’t be the last ... it is funny how when your not on the trails that (at least for me) you get the most damage. I wheeled my JK for 4 years and other than pinstripes never got body damage off-road. Meanwhile a tree branch fell on it, someone hit it while it was parked (twice) and I crunches my front body panel when installing flat fenders and forgot one clip lol
In this case the damn foam ripped and allowed the door to slide ... so for now the rears will hang lol

I ordered the touch up paint pen and will make the best of it #JeepLife FAIL LOL

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Ok thx.
I ordered the fronts first to see how good they sound. Then I will go from there.
the wiring would be simple to do as far as that goes.
I replaced mine on Friday...BIG difference in sound...going to order the 6x9s tomorrow...
 
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